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Serial ATA International Organization

Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) is an independent, non-profit organization which provides the computing industry with guidance and support for implementing the SATA specification. SATA-IO was developed by and for leading industry companies. It was officially formed in July 2004 by incorporating the previous Serial ATA Working Group.

SATA-IO is affiliated directly to INCITS and indirectly via INCITS to ANSI.


There are many members in this organization. It is currently led by the following:

See also

External links

  • Official site
  • Homepage of American Standards Institute
  • Homepage of the ANSI accredited standardization body INCITS
  • List of INCITS standards
  • Technical Committee T13 (AT Attachment)

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